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1412 - 19th century
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1 volume
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Bradley-Buttermere (pp.139). Includes:- Wash drawing by W.W.Wheatley of Stafford's mortuary chapel, N.Bradley church, p.1; rent receipt for parsonage of N.Bradley, 1595, p.3; arbitration award, Sir Thomas Baskerfeld v. Thomas Emons, 1554, p.58; arms and descent of the Rolt family from Thomas Rolt de Bolnehurst, Beds., 17th century, p.67; papers of the Horton family of Broughton Gifford, pp.77-82, including a declaration relating to disputed cloth, Antwerp, 1562, p.77, probate inventory of Edward Horton, 1603, p.79, and survey of Broughton manor, 1606, p.81; two letters from the Rev. William Hicks, rector of Broughton, on local politics, 1701, p.85; letter from Thomas Chafyn relating to a copyhold in Bulford, 16th century, p.91; letters of attorney from Sir William Haukeford, and others, relating to a misusage and lands in Burbage, 1412, p.98; w/col by W. Davis (of Chippenham, d. 1850) of Great Chalfield church, p.122.
Jackson, John Edward (1805-1891), Anglican clergyman, antiquary and librarian to Lord Bath
Wheatley, William Walter (1811-1885), drawing master
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